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  • Bissio
    Hi all, I made last week an upgrade to postfix 2.2 from postfix 1.1 and i set my virtual domain and recipient in virtual_alias_maps in main.cf instead of
    Message 1 of 3 , Nov 30, 2005
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      Hi all,

      I made last week an upgrade to postfix 2.2 from postfix 1.1 and i set my
      virtual domain and recipient in virtual_alias_maps in main.cf instead of
      virtual_maps (like postfix 1.1), but when i receive any message to one of my
      recipient listed in virtual table (/etc/postfix/virtual) i see this error in
      maillog (even if i set my virtual domain and recipient in virtual file):

      postfix/error[629]: CE4A73F723: to=<virtual@...>, relay=none,
      delay=0, status=bounced (User unknown in virtual alias table)

      What's wrong?

      Thanks
    • Magnus Bäck
      On Wednesday, November 30, 2005 at 22:59 CET, ... More information is needed. Provide full logs, configuration, and relevant extracts of the virtual alias
      Message 2 of 3 , Nov 30, 2005
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        On Wednesday, November 30, 2005 at 22:59 CET,
        Bissio <bissio2000@...> wrote:

        > I made last week an upgrade to postfix 2.2 from postfix 1.1 and i set
        > my virtual domain and recipient in virtual_alias_maps in main.cf
        > instead of virtual_maps (like postfix 1.1), but when i receive any
        > message to one of my recipient listed in virtual table
        > (/etc/postfix/virtual) i see this error in maillog (even if i set my
        > virtual domain and recipient in virtual file):
        >
        > postfix/error[629]: CE4A73F723: to=<virtual@...>, relay=none,
        > delay=0, status=bounced (User unknown in virtual alias table)

        More information is needed. Provide full logs, configuration, and
        relevant extracts of the virtual alias table. My guess is that you
        have an unqualified address in your virtual address table,

        user@... user

        and that myorigin is not a local domain. There was a lengthy thread
        about this exact problem just a few days ago.

        --
        Magnus Bäck
        magnus@...
      • Bissio
        I post my full log: Dec 1 08:49:12 mkbackup postfix/smtpd[2329]: 4924B3F74A: client=smtp1.libero.it[193.70.192.51] Dec 1 08:49:12 mkbackup
        Message 3 of 3 , Dec 1, 2005
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          I post my full log:

          Dec 1 08:49:12 mkbackup postfix/smtpd[2329]: 4924B3F74A:
          client=smtp1.libero.it[193.70.192.51]
          Dec 1 08:49:12 mkbackup postfix/cleanup[2333]: 4924B3F74A:
          message-id=<007501c5f64d$32abc600$0d00a8c0@PC>
          Dec 1 08:49:12 mkbackup postfix/qmgr[2327]: 4924B3F74A:
          from=<external@...>, size=2006, nrcpt=1 (queue active)
          Dec 1 08:49:12 mkbackup spamd[2129]: connection from localhost [127.0.0.1]
          at port 32909
          Dec 1 08:49:12 mkbackup spamd[2129]: Using default config for spamfilter:
          /var/spool/virtual///.mailscan/user_prefs
          Dec 1 08:49:12 mkbackup spamd[2129]: processing message
          <007501c5f64d$32abc600$0d00a8c0@PC> for spamfilter:148.
          Dec 1 08:49:12 mkbackup spamd[2129]: clean message (1.1/5.0) for
          spamfilter:148 in 0.4 seconds, 1989 bytes.
          Dec 1 08:49:12 mkbackup spamd[2129]: result: . 1 -
          DNS_FROM_RFC_ABUSE,FROM_ENDS_IN_NUMS,HTML_90_100,HTML_MESSAGE
          scantime=0.4,size=1989,mid=<007501c5f64d$32abc600$0d00a8c0@PC>,autolearn=no
          Dec 1 08:49:12 mkbackup postfix/pipe[2334]: 4924B3F74A:
          to=<myuser@...>, relay=spamassassin, delay=1, status=sent
          (my.mta.com)
          Dec 1 08:49:12 mkbackup postfix/qmgr[2327]: 4924B3F74A: removed
          Dec 1 08:49:12 mkbackup postfix/pickup[2326]: DC38B3F74A: uid=1237
          from=<external@...>
          Dec 1 08:49:12 mkbackup postfix/cleanup[2333]: DC38B3F74A:
          message-id=<007501c5f64d$32abc600$0d00a8c0@PC>
          Dec 1 08:49:12 mkbackup postfix/qmgr[2327]: DC38B3F74A:
          from=<external@...>, size=2364, nrcpt=1 (queue active)
          Dec 1 08:49:12 mkbackup clamsmtpd: 100017: accepted connection from:
          127.0.0.1
          Dec 1 08:49:12 mkbackup postfix/smtpd[2341]: initializing the server-side
          TLS engine
          Dec 1 08:49:13 mkbackup postfix/smtpd[2341]: connect from localhost
          [127.0.0.1]
          Dec 1 08:49:13 mkbackup postfix/smtpd[2341]: 6B74B3F754: client=localhost
          [127.0.0.1]
          Dec 1 08:49:13 mkbackup postfix/cleanup[2333]: 6B74B3F754:
          message-id=<007501c5f64d$32abc600$0d00a8c0@PC>
          Dec 1 08:49:13 mkbackup postfix/qmgr[2327]: 6B74B3F754:
          from=<external@...>, size=2598, nrcpt=1 (queue active)
          Dec 1 08:49:13 mkbackup clamsmtpd: 100017: from=external@...,
          to=myuserr@..., status=CLEAN
          Dec 1 08:49:13 mkbackup postfix/smtp[2339]: DC38B3F74A:
          to=<myuser@...>, relay=127.0.0.1[127.0.0.1], delay=1, status=sent
          (250 Ok: queued as 6B74B3F754)
          Dec 1 08:49:13 mkbackup postfix/smtpd[2341]: disconnect from
          mkbackup.zeromega.com[127.0.0.1]
          Dec 1 08:49:13 mkbackup postfix/qmgr[2327]: DC38B3F74A: removed
          Dec 1 08:49:13 mkbackup postfix/error[2343]: 6B74B3F754:
          to=<myuser@...>, relay=none, delay=0, status=bounced (User unknown in
          virtual alias table)
          Dec 1 08:49:13 mkbackup postfix/cleanup[2333]: 89F563F75B:
          message-id=<20051201074913.89F563F75B@mail>
          Dec 1 08:49:13 mkbackup postfix/qmgr[2327]: 89F563F75B: from=<>, size=4261,
          nrcpt=1 (queue active)
          Dec 1 08:49:13 mkbackup postfix/qmgr[2327]: 6B74B3F754: removed
          Dec 1 08:49:18 mkbackup postfix/smtp[2346]: 89F563F75B:
          to=<external@...>, relay=mx2.mail.yahoo.com[67.28.114.35], delay=5,
          status=sent (250 ok dirdel)
          Dec 1 08:49:18 mkbackup postfix/qmgr[2327]: 89F563F75B: removed
          Dec 1 08:49:20 mkbackup postfix/smtpd[2329]: disconnect from
          smtp1.libero.it[193.70.192.51]

          and this is my main.cf

          myhostname = my.mta.com
          mydomain = mta.com.com
          myorigin = $myhostname
          # my destination sets the "local" domains.
          mydestination = localhost, localhost.localdomain, $myhostname
          ...
          virtual_alias_maps = hash:/etc/postfix/virtual
          ...

          in my virtual file i have:

          domain.com anything
          myuser@... user
          .......


          thanks
          Bissio



          ----- Original Message -----
          From: "Magnus Bäck" <magnus@...>
          To: <postfix-users@...>
          Sent: Thursday, December 01, 2005 7:58 AM
          Subject: Re: virtual alias table


          On Wednesday, November 30, 2005 at 22:59 CET,
          Bissio <bissio2000@...> wrote:

          > I made last week an upgrade to postfix 2.2 from postfix 1.1 and i set
          > my virtual domain and recipient in virtual_alias_maps in main.cf
          > instead of virtual_maps (like postfix 1.1), but when i receive any
          > message to one of my recipient listed in virtual table
          > (/etc/postfix/virtual) i see this error in maillog (even if i set my
          > virtual domain and recipient in virtual file):
          >
          > postfix/error[629]: CE4A73F723: to=<virtual@...>, relay=none,
          > delay=0, status=bounced (User unknown in virtual alias table)

          More information is needed. Provide full logs, configuration, and
          relevant extracts of the virtual alias table. My guess is that you
          have an unqualified address in your virtual address table,

          user@... user

          and that myorigin is not a local domain. There was a lengthy thread
          about this exact problem just a few days ago.

          --
          Magnus Bäck
          magnus@...
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